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SAMPLETANK MIDI DUMMY QUESTIONS. WAS: FTP FLOOR PEDAL. WAS: Fishman TriplePlay Wireless Guitar MIDI Co

Okay; please cancel the request.  I've managed to get a list of sounds 
in SampleTank, and can hear at least one of them by clicking on the 
keyboard.

I guess what I need re: SampleTank is a link to a midi dummy guide to 
SampleTank.  Any suggestions?

Thanks,
James

> Thanks again for the help.
>
> I know exactly zilch about midi software.  I've installed [I think] 
> the IK Multimedia SampleTank software and have received the 
> authorization code and digital ID.  I can open SampleTank 2.  I don't 
> have the FTP software yet installed, and don't have anything midi 
> connected to my pc.  I've changed the driver to ASIO I think, but 
> nothing else.
>
> The SampleTank screen shows a keyboard at the bottom.  With pc 
> speakers connected should I be able to click on a key on the keyboard 
> and get a sound out?  If so can you give me a link for learning what 
> buttons or settings I need to make to get a sound? I don't even see a 
> way to choose what sound is played...or even a list of sounds.  Help!
>
> Regards,
> James 

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MIDImorphosis for Mac....



Hi, folks -- I try not to shill my stuff too much, but figured I'd post about the app release.  MIDImorphosis is a software-only pitch-to-MIDI for Mac; it can handle polyphonic input, but works best on monophonic playing.  It's not going to beat a hardware MIDI adapter (I have the FTP, and am a huge fan of it); the app is designed fort casual users who want to dabble with MIDI, but who are not jumping in with both feet yet.  I sort of think of it as a gateway app.

Here's a short YouTube demo:

MIDImorphosis for Mac


And the app in the Mac app store:

MIDImorphosis


And for the folks who want to try it out, here's some promotional codes (first come, first serve; plug this into a "redeem" spot in the App store, and you'll get a free copy).

XMFJTYXYL99M

4TFYMTEPW7JP

W4MYNJ3KFN4K

LY7EKMR3RY9Y

WAH3YAPXHXH3

NMMRW6WYMJTW

6XL679743N6F

9MEJF3LTX6LA

KN4N433T3HXK

MP6ATHP4WLWF


Again -- apologize for shilling here -- let me know if you've got questions, or need more info!


Best r egards,

Patrick




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360 systems am-16

hi group,

i’m in need of an am-16 from 360 systems. it is an 16 in 16 out audio switch matrix. not strictly midi guitar i
know but i thought i could ask here…

does anybody have one to sell? or knows something?

cheers, simon

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FTP FLOOR PEDAL. WAS: Fishman TriplePlay Wireless Guitar MIDI Controller Versus??

Does anyone here have any kind of link at all to info about the proposed 
FTP floor pedal?

Thanks,
James

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Axon ax 50 vs triple play



A person Fishman told me it is basically just the same technology. Does the wireless slow it down? I have an axon AX50 and a original axon rackmount, (Blue-chip, pre-TeraTech). The 50 is measurably  quicker and better to external sources.
I would like somebody to test the 50 versus the triple play.

Voice to text on Peters phone. 



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Re: Fishman TriplePlay Wireless Guitar MIDI Controller



Not exactly. You need small "USB Host to MIDI 5 DIN" like Kenton or iConnectMIDI4+ or DIY host like this one from my site: http://cyfrowogitarowo.pl/archiwa/124.
And by the end of April Fishman should sell Floor Controller which would be the same plus a lot more. Translate this: http://cyfrowogitarowo.pl/archiwa/278.



Spider

On 10 lut 2015, at 09:54, Andrzej Pająk <pajaku <at> gmail.com> wrote:

No. You need.


wt., 10 lut 2015, 05:12 Shannon Comcast pengellys <at> comcast.net [midiguitar] użytkownik <midiguitar <at> yahoogroups.com> napisał:
 

I am best user of best Axon ever.
Axon is best ever and you should hear me playing on my best ever Axon... Best ever! 

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On Feb 9, 2015, at 11:01 PM, Jeff fearofthe2ndstep <at> yahoo.com [midiguitar] <midiguitar <at> yahoogroups.com> wrote:

 

Which is the best Axon, and which is the worst Axon? ;)

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> On Feb 9, 2015, at 9:40 PM, JAMES HARRISON res075oh <at> verizon.net [midiguitar] <midiguitar <at> yahoogroups.com> wrote:
>
> It was designed by the creator of the best Axon as an upgrade. What I
> posted below applies re: the Axon.
>
> James
> .
> .
>
>>
>> Sun Feb 8, 2015 6:02 pm (PST) . Posted by:
>>
>>
>> "Lv" retnev26
>> <mailto:liebrecht <at> grossmann-venter.com?subject=Re%3A%20Fishman%20TriplePlay%20Wireless%20Guitar%20MIDI%20Controller>
>>
>>
>> Did you compare it with the best Axon ?
>>
>> JAMES HARRISON res075oh <at> verizon.net [midiguitar] wrote:
>>> IMHO it's the best pitch to midi available. It's quicker than anything
>>> else, and with fewer glitches.
>>> Luck,
>>> James
>
>
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Fishman TriplePlay Wireless Guitar MIDI Controller



Any comments on these :


Fishman TriplePlay Wireless Guitar MIDI Controller.



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FCB1010 USB Set Up



I have the connection set up.


That's it. Two weeks and I have a connection no control what so ever. (with or with out an editor).


The LED numbers flash as does the last dot to the right of the numbers.


Any help or input will be appreciated. 



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Re: Casio MG-500 2nd toggle switch next to Humbucking/Single switch



Update!!!

So today I was changing my strings and one of the ball-ends didn't want to fall out the back of the guitar, so I removed the plate that covers those holes - I had never removed it before. Expecting to see five springs there, I was quite surprised to see only three springs and a 9V battery where the other two springs should be. The black wire from the 9V is soldered onto the metal plate that the three springs are attached to, the red wire disappears into the guts. I'm about 99.9% sure this is connected to the extra toggle switch I have next to the SINGLE/HUMBUCKER toggle. 

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On May 4, 2014, at 23:53, David Messenger <mssngr <at> pacifier.com> wrote:

 

Could be a Coil tap or Phase switch...


On 5/4/2014 7:25 PM, w.james.meagher <at> gmail.com wrote:
 

Hello all,


I've noticed while looking around at net images of Casio MG-500's that some appear to have two toggle switches in-between the volume and tone controls, though it appears that most show only one. The copy of the User Manual I have from this group only shows there being one toggle (humbucking/single). I'm wondering if there was a ever a slightly different version of the MG-500 that might have had a second toggle place next to the first, or if this is likely just the result of a common modification made by owners? 


Cheers,

James




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midi to USB



Tips for issues with USB MIDI cables in newer Windows OSes

 



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Z6S BASS [BEADGC] TUNING. WAS: ZTAR USERS??? questions

Hi, Harvey and all,

Thanks for the input.  I'm having difficulty in following what seems to 
be extremely simple instructions.  For example, Harvey:  You directed me 
to FRETBOARD/TUNINGS/PRESET.

  I have difficulty even getting to FRETBOARD.  I turn on the Z6S and I 
have [1]GUITARS, [2]CHORDS, [3]GUITA03, [4] GUITA04, ... through 
[8]GUITA08.  No sign of FRETBOARD anywhere.  However you've mentioned in 
the material [manuals] and elsewhere that EDIT is the start of so many 
processes so I press EDIT.  And sure enough:  I find FRETBOARD on button 5.

  So I press FRETBOARD and look for TUNINGS, and it's nowhere to be 
seen.  However TUNE/TRANS shows on key 5.  So I press key 5.  Now I see 
TUNING on key 3.

I press TUNING and get MAP 1 on button 1; TUNINGS on button 2; PRESETS 
on button 3 and EDIT on button 4.  So that appears to be the "... button 
to the right of
the word 'Preset' and scroll to the 6-stringBass tuning..." that you 
mentioned.  However I must not be at the right place because I can't 
find any 6 string bass tuning.  On this screen I can see maps 1 through 
map 8 and the notes for every fret from zero [open] through 24 and I 
can't find anything resembling BEADGC.  Of course only the OPEN, 12 fret 
and 24 fret would give this sequence.

So where did I fall off the wagon?  Is there some way I can actually 
follow " FRETBOARD/TUNINGS/PRESET" that you mention?  I have done a 
factory reset...

Oh, and I reversed the 6 pin plug where the pad trigger cable connects 
to the main board and now the notes play in the right order.  However 
the high E still doesn't function so I'll be checking that out.

And:  Anyone else who would care to take pity upon me is gratefully 
welcomed to chime in...

Thanks,
James
.
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>         Tue Jan 6, 2015 9:55 am (PST) . Posted by:
>
>
>       "Harvey Starr" zzlabs
>       <mailto:harvey <at> starrlabs.com?subject=Re%3A%20ZTAR%20USERS%3F%3F%3F%20%20questions>
>
>
> Hi All,
> I'll jump in . I admit I haven't been monitoring the midiguitar group
> and don't know the latest or the level of activity.
>
> About 6-string bass tuning: yes there's a preset for that. In the menu
> system: FRETBOARD/TUNINGS/PRESET. Just hit the button to the right of
> the word "Preset" and scroll to the 6-stringBass tuning. You can also
> set it up yourself in the Tuning menu, or any tuning for that matter.
> So, select it and hit the WRITE button to save the Ztar-patch or "Song".
> Or go to the WRITE menu to save to another location and change the name
> so it appears as you like it.
>
> About the Trigger Cap, the plastic may have warped, I've seen that
> before. Feel free to remove material from the underside, or simply
> elevate it with a couple of washers. Or order a new one.
> cheers,
> harvey
>
> On 1/6/2015 8:39 AM, JAMES HARRISON res075oh <at> verizon.net [midiguitar] 
> wrote:
> > Hi, Richard. Thanks for the response. Given that I'm the village
> > midiot I need to know nearly everything! [ggg]
> >
> > But for right now: Does the Z6S have a patch/song/whatever that gives
> > BEADGC [six string bass] tuning? If so how exactly do I activate it?
> > If not, how do I set one up and save it so I don't screw up 
> everything else?
> >
> > BTW, when I received the [used] Z6S only 2 or 3 strings would MOL
> > trigger [but not properly]. I found the trigger pad housing that sits
> > over the string triggers seemed to have deformed/sagged down so that it
> > physically touched the string triggers and was damping them totally
> > out. Elevating the touch pad housing about 1/8" allowed all strings to
> > trigger. Upon examining the trigger pad housing I could see that
> > someone had used a rotary tool to try to grind away sufficient material
> > to clear the string/triggers. Is a common problem? Is this an approved
> > solution? The seller says it came this way after a major upgrade in
> > March of 2013.
> >
> > Regards,
> > James
> > .
> > .
> >
> >
> >>

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